LOVETT Christine Margaret
Originally from Ipswich, however better known from Rosewood and Sandstone Point Bribie Island. Christine passed away peacefully in the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital on Tuesday 7th February 2017 at the young age of just 54 years.
Christine’s love was being with her family, having BBQ lunches and holidaying wherever she could. She was always the life of the party with her bubbly and vibrant personality
Christine leaves behind her Mother Daphne, the love of her life and soulmate Dennis and loving children Benjamin, Kimberly, Cherie, Madeline and their partners. Christine was extremely proud of the achievements of all her children.
She also leaves behind her little fur baby Mickey.
Christine, or Nanny Goat as she was better known, will also be sadly missed by her adoring grandchildren Mikayla (Gobler or Maxi) and Lyric (Lyrical) and step grandchildren Ryan (Bryan) and Peyton (poopoo), who will always remember her for her constant teasing, giving them unapproved foods (we all know Kimberly’s strict diets) tickles and unconditional love. The grandchildren thought of her like a second mother.
Christine was looking forward to the upcoming wedding of Kimberly and Paul in April and the birth of the newest Grandchild of Benjamin and Chantel. With Madeline beginning to study nursing and Cherie studying Business to start out their careers Christine was very proud. We know that Christine will be watching over them during these special times in their lives.
Christine’s family and friends are respectfully invited to attend her celebration of life service that will be held in the St Peters Anglican Church 10 Banya Street Bongaree on Friday 17th February 2017. Christine’s service will commence at 11:00 Am.
Christine’s favourite colours were Purple and Red.
Please wear bright colours if you are planning to attend the service.
The celebrations of Christine’s Life will be held after the service with light refreshments at the church hall.
After the service and in accordance with her wishes Christine will be taken for a private cremation.